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Deploy360 12 April 2013

In Denver Next Week for INET and North American IPv6 Summit

INET DenverTwo members of the Deploy360 team, Jan Žorž and Richard Jimmerson, will participate at two IPv6-related events in Denver next week.

The first event, taking place on April 17, is the Internet Society’s INET Conference. This event is organized with our Colorado Chapter and is themed, “IPv4 Exhaustion and the Path to IPv6.” The event takes focus on IPv4 depletion status, IPv4 address markets, and the costs associated with transition to the IPv6 protocol. We would love to have you with us in person for this event, so please register. If you are unable to be with us in Denver, consider joining us over the livestream.

The second event, taking place April 18-19, is the North American IPv6 Summit organized by the Rocky Mountain IPv6 Task Force. This event has proven over the years to be the premier IPv6 event in North America. It attracts the best possible speakers and content in the industry. If you want to know the pulse of IPv6 deployment, this is the event to attend.

If you are in Denver next week, please take the time to say hello to Jan and Richard. They are very interested in what you have to say about new technology deployments and your thoughts about improving the Deploy360 Programme.

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Disclaimer: Viewpoints expressed in this post are those of the author and may or may not reflect official Internet Society positions.

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